My elderly mother and I dine here once or twice a month, and we usually have an enjoyable meal. The food selection is varied, portions are ample, and the service is usually pretty good. Prices are moderate. There are plenty of choices for those (like myself) who are not fish-eaters, as well as a variety of fish and seafood dishes.
Tonight was Friday, and I decided to try the prime rib, which is only available on Friday and Saturday nights. Big mistake. When I ordered it, the server mentioned that "the prime rib is excellent tonight," which was encouraging to hear. When the meal arrived, there was a nice, large "king" cut of meat on the plate, and everything looked good ... until ... I began to discover that the cut itself was very fatty and that there was surprisingly little actual meat in that slice. By the time I was done, the pile of fatty pieces and such took up most of my plate. Very, very disappointing - and for the $28 it cost, a tremendous waste of money. My mother, on the other hand, ordered a seafood strudel and a small cup of conch chowder - both of which she has had before - and enjoyed her meal.
Next time, I'll stick with the pecan crusted chicken entree. Now THAT's good eating.
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